Hazael Alvarado Hernández (Mexico City, Mexico)
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I will take my post; . . . I will keep watch to see what the Lord says to me and how he will respond to my complaint. - Habakkuk 2:1 (CEB)
Few things can dampen our resolve or put our faith to the test more than waiting. While we may struggle to accept it, God’s timing is God’s own. Habakkuk began his dialogue with God with a complaint. In his lament, he demanded God’s attention. He pleaded for justice as he...
I will wait on God’s promises.
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